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Priorities of Care for the Dying Person

Priorities of Care for the Dying Person

“How we care for the dying is an indicator of how we care for all sick and vulnerable people, it is a measure of society as a whole and it is a litmus test for health and social care services”
End of Life Strategy, 2008

Aim:

To have knowledge and understanding of the 5 priorities of care for the dying person

Learning Outcomes:

To be able to apply the five priorities of end of life care to your practice

The five priorities are:

  • Recognising the dying phase

  • Communicating sensitively

  • Involving those important to the person

  • Supporting family and others

  • Plan and do

Dates for 2018:

  • Thursday 15th November  

Booking terms and conditions can be found below, please familiarise yourselves with these before reserving your place on this Study Day.

 

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